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Q: What is a normal psa count for a man without a prostate?

Should a man have a psa count if he has no prostate?

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Dan, Editor
5/26/09 4:05pm

After a prostatectomy, the PSA should remain very low if the cancer has not spread or has not returned.

 

You can read more here about a Rising PSA after Prostatectomy.

 

Hope this helps,

Dan

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jose m. rivera, Community Member
3/15/10 11:26pm

in 2006 my prostate was remove ; one week ago my psa test was 0.513 that is normal

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jose m. rivera, Community Member
3/15/10 11:32pm

in 2006 my prostate was remove ; one week ago my psa test was 0.513 that is normal

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dennis, Community Member
11/15/10 5:20pm

what should a psa read for a man who had prostate removed

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By cliftt, Community Member— Last Modified: 10/02/13, First Published: 05/25/09